Amarillo Health Officials Monitoring Travelers for Possible Ebola Exposure01/10/2015 11:38 AMARILLO, TEXAS - While no cases have been reported, the City of Amarillo's Public Health Department and its partners are monitoring a small number of travelers from West Africa for possible Ebola exposure. But they did want to make clear none of the patients have shown Ebola symptoms and they are not considered to be at high risk...
Cambodia finds 212 with HIV where unlicensed medic operated01/10/2015 07:54 Health Authorities in Cambodia have said that a total of 212 people were infected with HIV after a medical facility used contaminated equipment. PHNOM PENH, Jan 10 (Bernama) - At least 212 villagers have now been infected with HIV in a remote Roka commune in northwest Cambodia' s Battambang province, the Cambodian Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a joint statement on Saturday, reports China's Xinhua news agency...
Hrithik Roshan, Making a Big Bang Bang at 4101/10/2015 06:35 Mumbai: Bollywood’s Greek God Hrithik Roshan yesterday celebrated his 41st birthday, but unlike other celebs, the actor didn't celebrated his birthday partying but by enjoying with film the entire fraternity at Umang Mumbai Police Show 2015. The actor is said to have begun his career with simple responsibilities like sweeping floors, story development, cameras work and later spent 6 years in assisting his director father in movie like ‘Khel’ from 1992 till ‘Koyla’ in 1997...
Judge rules in favour of BDA but the ARF stands12/29/2014 13:25News and facts: Mr Justice Cranston, has passed judgment after the British Dental Association (BDA) called for a judicial review of the General Dental Council (GDC)’s consultation on the Annual Retention Fee (ARF). The judge found there was a procedural error in the ARF level consultation, vindicating the BDA’s decision to formally question the massive hike in annual retention fee forced on the profession by the GDC...
Just one 10-second kiss transfers 80 million bacteria12/04/2014 12:20Before germaphobes swear off kissing forever, it should be noted that over 100 trillion microorganisms naturally live in our bodies. Called the microbiome, they are vital for digesting food, synthesizing nutrients and preventing disease. The researchers - led by Remco Kort, of TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research) and adviser to the Micropia museum of microbes in the Netherlands - note that a number of different factors are important for shaping our individual microbiota, including genetic relatedness, diet and age...